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Thousands of swans and geese will arrive in the UK this autumn, their journey is full of dangers.
This hidden camera footage shows the moment that first time lioness Neka gave birth to three healthy cubs in Oregon zoo on Saturday.
An A-level student on work experience at an Oxford museum has found rare examples of butterflies thought lost since the 19th Century.
BBC Natural History Unit's Bridget Appleby on what it takes to be a wildlife film-maker.
Poachers have used poison to kill 41 elephants in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, an official tells the BBC.
A minke whale is put down after becoming stranded in the Firth of Forth just days after the death of a pilot whale in the area.
Water vole numbers in UK have declined by up to a fifth since 2011, a survey suggests.
A series of one-way flaps and pipes are fitted to a Victorian rail tunnel in the Borders in order to let bats leave ahead of renovation works.
Europe's urban areas are particularly vulnerable to invasive species as a result of high volumes of trade and more transport links, say experts.
Tiny fish that live in temporary pools in Africa reach sexual maturity faster than any other animal with a backbone, say scientists.
Scientists at Glasgow University begin a project which hopes to lead to the development of artificial panda milk.
A rare snail the size of a grain of rice is found at protected woodland on the Black Isle in the Highlands.
A conservation trust says a giant beetle found by an amateur naturalist may be first of its kind to be seen in Britain.
Concerns for Lundy's recovering seabird populations caused by wind farm plans
The "mysterious" Orkney vole is likely to have originated from Belgium 5,100 years ago, researchers say.
A deadly skin-eating fungus is threatening the fire salamander population in the Netherlands.
Cumbria's pearl mussels, one of Europe's largest mussel populations, risk being wiped out because of demand on the natural water supply.
Researchers say that the way whales cope with exposure to ultra violet light could help develop new anti-ageing treatments.
Vets have used the ancient Asian practice of acupuncture to help the back problems of Bino the albino alligator at Sao Paulo Aquarium in Brazil.
A thresher shark is photographed leaping out of the water off the coast of Pembrokeshire.